HP Envy x360 With AMD Ryzen Processor Launched in India; New Notebooks, Desktop Also Launched

HP on Tuesday launched the new Envy x360 premium convertible notebook in India that is powered by AMD’s Ryzen processor. The new model, which comes as the successor to the Envy x360 that was showcased at the 14th Cannes Film Festival back in May last year, features an angular Damascus pattern, a display with thin bezels, and an edge-to-edge backlit
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Microsoft updated its Surface PC lineup by launching three new devices at an event in New York this week. The Redmond, Washington-based company on Tuesday showcased the new Surface Pro 6, the Surface Laptop 2, and the Surface Studio 2. The refreshed lineup saw Microsoft add Intel’s 8th generation Core processors and a new Black colour variant to the Surface Pro
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Google may be working on bringing Windows 10 support to multiple Chromebooks soon. Some code digging has revealed that multiple variants are set to get Campfire – a feature that will let Chrome OS users dual-boot Windows 10 on their Chrome OS devices without enabling Developer Mode. Chromebooks that will meet few requirements, like storage above 40GB, will
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Acer has launched the new Predator Helios 500 gaming laptop in India. The company has been taking giant strides in the gaming market over the past few months, launching several mid-range and premium gaming laptops and accessories. Acer had first unveiled the Predator Helios 500 alongside a varied range of gaming devices at its [email protected] global press conference in New
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After months of rumors , leaks and teasing from AMD itself , Ryzen has finally risen and it’s the company’s most impressive processor lineup yet. AMD is on a mission to bring high performance CPUs to the market and challenge Intel, so it has introduced a trio Ryzen 7 chips, its highest-end lineup of CPUs.
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Microsoft’s Windows 10 is a great operating system, but it’s far from perfect. In fact, it has a few outright annoying features—the list of which varies by user. Lately, we’ve been hearing that one of those annoyances has been rearing its ugly head far too often: Windows Feedback. It’s great that Microsoft wants to hear
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